I consider myself one of those ambassadors who are quite active in their community, but fail to "report back" on wiki's and blogs, or even reply to mailing lists.
Not that I wouldn't want to write reports or chat with fellows from a community I take pride to being member of, but I tend to spend my spare time (if any) working on getting people to love Fedora.
I honestly barely have the time to read my emails, much less to reply to all of them...
However, thus far, I have been able to reach thousands of university students, did a seminar on "How to use Linux (Fedora) as a reliable OS", and constantly am spreading the word around.
Heck, even my IT manager asked me a couple of days ago to give him both the 32 & 64 bit Fedora DVD's: our proxy servers will soon get what's best out there to drive them: Fedora 10! And maybe our workstations will be finally fueled with the most productive OS one can lay hands on.
I side by inode0 with:
"...I suggest you lead by example and just do it. You don't need a rule."
And I think Roy's got a point:
"...At the end of the day, I think its now time for someone to come forth and make a
decision for the rest of the ambassadors to adhere."
Until the next reply of this interesting (and long) thread, have a nice weekend, all of you!
Paul-Marc Bougharios, Engrhttp://www.paulmarc.org/
May God Be With You